I’ve been a fan of Apple’s glossy look. I use Apple’s reflection and gloss in my images during Keynote presentations, and the background image on my MBP’s desktop is solid black with rotating pictures of Apple products in the glossy display.
Well the latest version of Leopard (build 9A326) has gotten a bit of this black gloss added to the OS. From the MacShrine site:
Apple continues to gloss over the interface, refining it even more and there is an overly presence of black gloss.
Lots of other nice upgrades including Office 2007 XML file support in TextEdit.